EHM 321: Utopia, Dystopia:EnvironLitCul
Undergraduate 3 credits
DEC: G SBC: HFA+
Examines 20th and 21st century Western cultural depictions of utopias and dystopias in literature (nonfiction, fiction). The course will consider literary representations of ideal or fallen societies, as well as 'real life' communities such as intentional, communal, co-operative `utopic' models across the globe. Students will consider the `sustainability' implications of living in `utopic' and `dystopic' communities. Students will write six short analytical essays about the course readings, give an oral and visual presentation on a real-life global utopic/dystopic community, and design their own model environmental utopic/dystopic community.
Session Class # Section Instructor Days Time Campus Enrollment Status Winter 1398 30 Heidi Hutner Flexible (Online) TBA West (Main Campus) Open
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